NORTH BERGEN - Gov. Chris Christie (D-NJ) is taking extra time to reconsider his decision regarding the ARC Hudson River Rail Tunnel Project.

The governor has extended his deadline to find a way to pay for the project.

News 12 New Jersey spoke with commuters about the tunnel. Some commuters say they are in full support of a tunnel, no matter what the cost, but others say there should be systems to raise the money needed to build.

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